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SC school junk food bill inches ahead

COLUMBIA -- A bill to limit fat in food sold in K-12 schools cleared a Senate subcommittee and moved closer to becoming law on Wednesday.

01/27/10 - 7:18pm

Slaying case against mother, son moving ahead

A Columbia County mother and son accused of beating her neighbor in March are one step closer to trial.

07/01/10 - 9:27pm

Augusta man gets 15 years for manslaughter

Vance Lampkin, 28, pleaded guilty today to manslaughter in the 2009 shooting death of Kevin Tanksley.

07/01/10 - 8:20pm

Local Toyota owners offer mixed reaction to recall.

Local Toyota owners offer mixed reaction to recall.

01/27/10 - 5:47pm

Aiken brother, sister missing from DSS custody

AIKEN -Two siblings in custody of the Department of Social Services from Aiken and Columbia have been missing since earlier this month.

01/27/10 - 8:03pm

Columbia County teachers get only 1 semester furlough day

Columbia County teachers will undergo just one furlough day this semester. Though Gov. Sonny Perdue called for school systems to furlough teachers for three days, Columbia County school officials decided this morning to the heed just one-third of Perdue's request.

01/27/10 - 3:05pm

Apple introduces single-button, tablet-style iPad

SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple's Steve Jobs has unveiled the iPad,  a tablet computer that resembles a large iPhone.


01/27/10 - 4:59pm

Disabled car sparks I-20 brush fires

NORTH AUGUSTA - A disabled car has caused multiple brush fires along Interstate 20 near North Augusta this afternoon.

01/29/10 - 8:34am

Ga. Secretary of state candidate unveils cut 'red tape' site

ATLANTA -- Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced creation of a web site to solicit ideas from business owners on how to cut government paperwork.

01/27/10 - 1:53pm

Masters donates $100,000 to Augusta Red Cross for Haiti relief

The Masters Tournament has donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross of Augusta, the relief agency announced today.

01/27/10 - 1:06pm
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